Far Cry 4 trailer reveals Kyrat’s killer elephants

Find out what makes these massive animals the most impressive creatures in Kyrat.

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| UNMASK:

is made up of  Liu Zhan Kuangjun and Tan Tianwei.

They all met while students of the sculpture department at the prestigious Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.

Since 2001 and three artists have been working together in this collective. Popular in both the East and the West, UNMASK have strong design elements to their sculptures and installations.

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epitaph from Daniela Alves on Vimeo.

Video: Daniela Alves
Song: Epitaph - Ury Matabufalez, Catalina Productions

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ROADS ‘Fernando Vicente’ from Motherland on Vimeo.

Motherland interviewed illustrator Fernando Vicente in his studio in Barcelona ahead of the publication of an evocative and glamorous new book of his anatomical paintings for ROADS Luxury Group. Directed by Keith Harrison, it’s a beautiful insight into his thoughts and approach to the human form.

Client: ROADS
Director: Keith Harrison
Producer: Ellen Kenny

Where Are They Now? from Steve Cutts on Vimeo.

A short story looking at the life of cartoon characters facing reality long after their heyday prime.

Animation created in After Effects, Flash, Photoshop and a bit of CrazyTalk pro 7. All voices created by myself.

Music by Kevin MacLeod
“Gymnopedie No. 1” “Local Forecast - Elevator” “Loping Sting” “Mining by Moonlight” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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 Jon Shaw

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The use of multiple-exposure techniques to create eerie, ghostlike effects in photography and film is a trope that most of us are familiar with. The work of photographer David Samuel Stern, however, stands out in that he eschews both the usual analog and digital means of achieving such effects. Instead, in his “Woven Portrait” series, Stern physically weaves together two prints of the same subject. The resulting portraits are intriguing and ghostly multi-perspective studies of Stern’s subjects, all of whom are representatives of the creative fields – artists, musicians, choreographers and poets, to name a few. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner

Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.

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